Gulf Boulevard Phase II
Madeira Beach, Florida
Gulf Boulevard Ph. II
Madrid CPWG was engaged by the City of Madeira Beach to design their Gulf Blvd Utility Undergrounding Phase II project focused on updated roadways, sidewalks, and relocation of utilities underground. The resulting design created significant improvements to the aesthetics of utilities in the corridor. The design included moving overhead electrical and cable wires underground, replacing old light fixtures with new light fixtures, replacing wood poles with concrete poles, landscaping the new safety medians, and Local Agency Project (LAP) services for a full mill and resurface the corridor. A maintenance of traffic (MOT) plan was created to facilitate the undergrounding construction in this high-volume traffic area.
The Madrid CPWG team also helped the city to obtain easements or find alternate locations for transformers and switchboxes by coordinating with the public regarding lighting enhancement and other amenities. We were also able to assist by coordinating with utility companies to facilitate the conversion to underground utilities and provide construction administration.
Madrid CPWG Designed Aesthetic Improvements
- Overhead to Undergrounding Electrical and Cable Wires
- Replacing Old Lights with Mongoose Light Fixtures
- Replacing Wood Poles with Concrete Poles
- Landscaping the New Safety Medians
Madrid CPWG project Management Team coordinated
- Underground Design
- Plans Creation
- RFQ development
Coordination with Utility Companies
A separate cost estimate was prepared for the undergrounding of each respective utility based on the number and size of conduits required by each company. The final connection to structures from the preferred transformer location was incorporated into the plan.
- Duke Energy
- Bright House
Local Agency Program (LAP) Project Coordination
- Full mill and resurface of roadway
- Obtain easements for transformers and switchboxes
- Facilitate overhead to underground utility conversion
- Public involvement regarding lighting enhancement
- Construction administration